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Are you ready to see GraphQL in action?

Demonstrate of GraphQL with Spring Boot

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Are you ready to adopt GraphQL?

                               In this article let us explore GraphQL. Let us first understand what GraphQL is? GraphQL is a specification from Facebook. GraphQL is a query language for

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APIGEE: CI/CD Pipeline for API Proxies

                                       In this article, we will see how to create a CI/CD pipeline for APIGEE API proxies. I have referred a couple

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APIGEE API gateway log management with ELK(Elastic Search, Logstash and Kibana)

                  In this article, we will see how we can manage logs generated by APIGEE API gateway with Elastic Search, Logstash and Kibana. The below diagram highlights how log data flows through

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APIGEE – An Introduction to API Gateway

In this article I want to give brief introduction about APIGEE. Mainly APIGEE offers below functionalities out of the box as api gateway. Protocol Transformation Transform from or to any protocol including SOAP, REST, XML binary, or custom Traffic Management

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APIGEE – Can we configure parameters for Message Logging Policy?

Apigee MessageLogging policy has limitation to use configurable parameters such as Syslog server host, port, etc. details. If we are not going to configure these parameters we may get into trouble while moving the proxy from one environment to another

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APIGEE – How To Handle Base64 Encoding Decoding?

In this article, we will see how to encode and decode base64 strings while building APIGEE proxies. As part of APIGEE, we have BasicAuthentication policy which deals with base64 encoded authorization header. But if we want to deal with any

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